The four winds of heaven

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Delacorte Press, 1980 - Fiction - 682 pages
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The world in which David and Mathilde De Gunzburg, Russia's foremost Jewish family, raise their children--Anna, Ossip, Sonia, and Gino--shatters as the Romanov dynasty falls and their children are touched by passion and the tides of change

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Review: The Four Winds of Heaven

User Review  - Derbhile Graham - Goodreads

Thought this book was so romantic as a teenager. The way the characters stayed in love for so long, and were willing to waste away in the name of love. Also gave me an introduction to Russian history. Read full review

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User Review  - Rhonda - Goodreads

I read this book when I was in my teens and I remember thinking it was good at the time. I loved reading anything about the Russian Revolution, so I burned through this. Not sure how it would hold up for me now; going to have to find a copy and read it again! Read full review


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